It is said in the art world that I have carved myself a niche into the South African market whereby I have evolved my style of art that is both unique and accurate, which I have labeled as “impressionistic realism”.
I am regarded by the public and my fellow peers as a master in the pastel medium, and I am classed amongst the top echelon in my area of speciality. It all started in April of 1987, trying to satisfy a deep yearning to do some form of artistic expression. I started my journey as a self-taught artist and by August of 1993 I had progressed to the point where I was able to embark on a career as a professional artist.
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Of late I have been inspired by the Nguni cattle tradition. Success in this field has been such that top members of the Nguni Cattle Breeders Association have commissioned me to portray their cattle.
Between 2006 and 2010 I was commissioned to paint the trophy portrait of the champion bull of the prestigious Vliessentraal-ARC Special Performance Test Class Annual Competition.
An annual invitation was extended to me to exhibit for the Wildlands Art for Conservation fund raising event where only the top RSA artists contribute.